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Here our focus is on the Future Tenses, the seven most common will be discussed in details below. Future Simple. Form; -Affirmative; I shall/will You shall He/she/it shall + Verb We shall/will They will. -Negative; I will not/shall not, you will not. -Question; shall/will i? will you. Note: shall/shan?t (UK only). Usages; -Future facts and certainties: Such as; he?ll be 28 in July. -Promises: such as ; I?ll put the check in the post. Future Continuous. Form: subject + will + be + verb + ing( present participle). Affirmative: we?ll be waiting for you. Yes/no question: will you be holding a red rose? Yes, I will / No, I won?t. Negative: I won?t be wearing a dress. Usages; -To say that something will be in progress at a particular moment in the future. Example; this time tomorrow I?ll be lying on the beach. -For polite enquiries referring to other people?s plans, but not to influence the listener?s intentions. Example; will you be coming to the party ? Future Perfect. Form; will + have + past participle. Affirmative; I will have worked here for 2 years. Yes/no question; will you have worked ? Yes, I will./ No, I won?t. Negative; she will not have worked. Usage. To say that something will Hve been done, completed or achieved by a certain time in the future. Example; the builder says he?ll have finished the roof by Monday. Future Perfect Continuous. Form; will + have + been + verb + ing. Affirmative; I will have been working for seven years Yes/no question; will you have been working? Yes, I will/ No, I won?t. Negative; he will not have been working. Usage. To say how long something will have continued by a certain time. Example; by the time you get here, I?ll have been working for six hours. Be doing + infinitive (?going to? future). Form; verb ?to be? in the present + going to + base form of the verb. Affirmative; I am going to play football nextweek. Yes/no question; are you going to play football next week? Yes, I am./No, I?m not. Negatives; I am not going to play football next week. Usages. Intentions; example, I?m not going to do it. Predictions baaed on present evidence. Example; I think it?s going to rain later. Present Simple. Usages. -To suggest a more formal situation. Example; our new shop opens next month. -For timetables and schedules. example the train to Edinburgh leaves from platform 6 at 10:30 a.m. Present Continuous. Usages. -For definite arrangements. Example; I?m going for a drink later. -For decisions and plans without a time frame. Example; I?m leaving you. Conclusively, what I have personal learnt from this unit are the different future tenses, how they are formed and their usages in English.